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believing it was all about responding to your constituents. gentlemen, thank you. >>> coming up, a tennessee state senator who wants to calibrate children's grades and determine that they will provide a certain amount of money in terms of what individual families can get from government. you won't believe this one. stay with us. look what mommy is having. mommy's having a french fry. yes she is, yes she is. [ bop ] [ male announcer ] could've had a v8. 100% vegetable juice, with three of your daily vegetable servings in every little bottle. >>> at this moment the senate is voting to confirm senator sgron kerry as the next secretary of state. a former nominee for president, kerry brings a lifetime of experience to the job including 18 glers the senate where he currently serves as chairman of the foreign relations committee. the same committee before which he testified in 1971 as an anti-war veteran returning from his second tour of duty in vietnam where he was awarded three purple hearts. joining us now i'm delighted to say is mike viqueira live with us from the capitol. mike, apparently ther
internet speed spark an economic boom? tennessee is banking on it. a genius plan hopes to get business flocking to the city. the mayor joins us in another fox business exclusive to explain how. mama mia, frozen pizzas poisen for your body? one says yes, suing nestle and california pizza kitchen for $5 million. can she win? even when they say it's not, it's always about "money. ♪ so this is the top story tonight. shocking new allegations of bribery in a huge $18 billion lawsuit against chevron. an ecuadorian coward ordered the massive set length for damage done by drilling done by texaco later bought by chevron. the judge says he was paid half a million dollars to issue the statement against chevron. he has evidence to prove it, and here's the lead attorney in the case and former deputy mayor of new york city. this is very confusing. lay out the details for people. basically, the judge who issued the ruling saying chevron owed $18 billion says he was paid half a million dollars to have the settlement? >> that's close. it was a former judge whose come forward to say that he was ghost w
jacquelin brown from clarksville, tennessee. if you have been told to watch your drinking, come on inside. we have a mirror behind the bar. maybe we should have just gotten a mirror. why stop drinking? >> i was wondering what it had to do with piranhas, but apparently nothing. >> next is from sheryl gaffney from milwaukee, oregon. >> practice safe lunch. use condiments. it almost looks like a bogts. >> that's precious. i like that one. >> stacy mitchell says the next one is from seeberville, tennessee. i'm so glad the bear is watching the sign and not me. >> oh, my god. that's scare where i. >> that was just on the side of the road in tennessee. >> wow. >> that's the view in tennessee. i need to move. sarah white from winter park, florida, sent us this photo. now, they even have a little life preserver. this is outside a pub in ireland. just in case you see that, make sure you jump in and help out. >> can't say you weren't warned. >> exactly. >> finally finally, laura from coronado, california, submitted this photo. 60 minute parking, but we're going to tow your vehicle after 30. >> where
, arkansas, i think a little bit of mississippi. some west tennessee, as well. not just potential for tornadoes to pop up until 3:00 or 4:00 in the morning, but we know there will be straight line wind damage. this front is moving so quickly, diane. >> out in the elements again for us tonight. thank you so much, sam champion reporting in. >>> and, in washington, the nation has its new secretary of state. john kerry was confirmed today by his senate colleagues by a vote of 94-3. he's expected to be sworn in and begin work later this week. and, of course, he walks into the shadow of the departing secretary of state, hillary clinton. who took to the stage at a farewell global town hall today, answering questions from around the world. and joking, she's ready to catch up, quote, on 20 years of sleep deprivation. "nightline" anchor cynthia mcfadden asked her y off. >> reporter: saturday morning -- >> yes. >> reporter: what happens? >> well, i hope i get to sleep in. you know, i'm thinking about that, because it will be the first time in many years when i've got no office to go to, no s
tennessee and make sure they have severe weather heading their way. and a possibility of tornadoes and through the evening. the overnight events when it's dark that you can't see the tornadoes that they can be the most dangerous. so the area of yellow. it's going to be widespread today, almost from chicago, all the way down to new orleans and the dallas area. but it's the area of red that's of the most concern. the greatest risk of seeing tornadoes. everyone else is going to have to deal with a strong squall line. it will probably last a half hour but knock down trees. east coast is fine today. back behind this, by the way, cold and snow. much of the rockies is looking like the middle of the winter. so a lot of travel issues out there today, you name it. >>> well, "mean" girls fans may have reason to celebrate with "30 rock" ended thursday. tina fey is looking for a project. that may be a "mean girls" musical. >>> well, taye diggs' night was just getting started after he left the s.a.g. awards sunday. the actor arrived home to find an intruder in his garage. diggs chased the man do
get that risk of severe weather, specifically around missouri over towards western tennessee and northern mississippi. you could be seeing wind gusts over 100 miles an hour. hail, frequent lightning and even the risk of tornadoes. cannot rule that out at all. also that cold air that will be wrapping around, that's going to be bringing snowfall for western great lakes and dropping down these temperatures. look at winnipeg, minus 9 for you. ten-degree drop going into thursday. washington, d.c. and new york, you'll see a slight warm-up ahead of that front. warm air coming through but it will start to cool right back off once that front begins to pass by. now, here in europe, several systems we're watching. a severe one over the british isles bringings heavy rainfall, risk of flooding, gusty winds. look at the lines close together. that's indicating about 40 to 60 kilometer per hour sustained winds as it pushes overhead. behind it, though, just like in the americas, we'll see a cold air mass filter in. 13 and 12 on your high. on tuesday expect that to get down to the single digit
with the president along with the other governors. meanwhile let's go to tennessee and tell you about a state senator by the name of stacy campfield. he doesn't have children but he has an idea. if you receive welfare benefits -- currently if your kids don't show up for school they cut you at 20%. but if your kids don't get good grades -- in other words don't pass -- they would cut your welfare benefits 30%. there are a lot of critics who say how can you punish a family if they don't have food on the table? >>gretchen: i think this is about parent involvement. i think that the first thing that's important to try and improve grades is to get parents involved. maybe there would be some way to encourage more parental involvement at the school level, especially with families who are receiving welfare, and maybe that would be a way of looking at this as opposed to punishing the child. >>brian: right now if no one is showing up for back to school night and your kid is stprug -- struggling, maybe you can get through with the parent. they'll say i'll get little cindy focused on grades because it is costing u
recent example is going to be the last. joining me now is louie glomer and tennessee congress woman. great to see you. >> great to see you, sean. >> he keeps pushing this to a breaking point. >> i think you're right what. we can't continue to see in congress is that he circumvents us. i think american people are tired of the president not respecting the constitution and to go around congress and trying to do executive orders all things we should be doing. >> isn't this supposed to be co-equal branches of government? separation of powers? >> it's basic stuff, part f the constitution. but i think one of the big legal ramifications that should come out of this would be a class action lawsuit but all of these who have in that constitutional law is structured to get their money back this, guy does not respect the constitution. he doesn't abide by the constitution. we've seen it repeatedly including the things you mentioned. when you have a president standing up and says i don't like the law to do it past congress and was signed into law by another president. so... i don't like it. here i
their desperate search. >>> we're talking immigration reform with illinois senator dirk durbin, and tennessee congresswoman marsha blackburn, new jersey senator bob menendez. that coming up. and if you have seen the movie, director and screen writer of "silver linings playbook," david o. russell joining us. >> the "o" may stand for on the way to winning an oscar. "starting point" begins right now. >>> here we are a matter of hours from president obama unveiling his plan. his proposals here to reform immigration. >> but democratic sources tell cnn. democrats in the caucus told him not to announce his own legislation. d immigration talks that sensitive. the president has a plan that is more liberal than the plan, including a quicker path to citizenship for undocumented immigrants. >> the thing? conservatives not happy with that senate plan, saying it is a path to amnesty. but democratic senator chuck schumer speaking yesterday on the hill of new york, says, look, the time right now is perfect. >> we believe this will be the year congress finally gets it done. politics on this issue have been tu
of tennessee. that's where we could see some of the storms be dramatic. look at this. storms are really firing up from the wefrt to the east you can see moving through parts of michigan. a lot of lightning associated with that as well as moving through eastern parts of iowa. the area that we're watching is just to the north of gukt re. we're starting to see some of the storms firing up right now and that's where all the action is going to be. we're going to track this for you. the problem is a lot of these storms are really going to get really strong in the overnight hours. we're talking late tonight while people are sleeping. so this is why it's so important to have that noaa radio. you notice for yourself. here's that squall line. it's going to be moving to the east affecting areas like st. louis, down toward southern parts of texas and eventually making its way toward the east tomorrow and then on the back side of that we're talking some snow and, of course, the flood potential. in some parts they can see 2 to 4 inches of rainfall. we' we'll continue to track that more. when i sate it was a
into the deep south and into the tennessee valley and a possibility of tornados maybe later on and that is coming through st. louis and we're going to have a threat of thunderstorms as well and tonight, a few foggy spots and that is not too bad. the spotty showers tomorrow morning and some limited sunshine at noon and some showers and thunderstorms and in d.c., the wind is being the primary threat from those storms and once the showers move in, we can have some pockets of heavy rain and gusty wind tomorrow evening. and we'll keep an eye on that and 68 tomorrow and with that 46 on thursday and maybe some snow on friday early and know there of degrees there and on to saturday is ground hog day. >> this is making people sick. >> and that is everyone else who is sick, too. >> and open the windows. let the nice air come in and clear out the house of germs. >>> and they begin with a franchise record 12 straight housees and one rookie who fought through the growing pains is a big reason for the success and murph is back. >> reporter: that is a lot to ask of a 19-year-old playing in
, tennessee, utah. they coming here for the jobs americans don't love, how does that factor in the debate here? >> we do have to have a guestworker program. the agricultural industry, but that is different to everybody in the country here legally. we need some targeted programs, but to allow individuals to come iin and compete with unemployed americans, for example to limit rate among hispanic is way above the national average. why do we want to allow individuals to come in and compete with individuals who can't find jobs, what we want millions of people to suddenly get legalized status? almost every credible study shows wages are down about $2000 because of competition with illegal immigrants and now saying we will legalize millions of more. yes, a guestworker program to demonstrate the need for individuals whose work we embrace but notche nightmares of individuals who unnecessarily compete. liz: thank you so much for your time, really pleasure to have you on the show. next up, what is worse than worn lip-synching at the president's inauguration? how about raising taxes? liz: so senator chuck
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answer, but if you're unwilling to budge, and look, i get tennessee, georgia, i'm fraught texas, but my goodness, even universal background checks, how hard is that? >> in a word. >> background checks are important, and we also need to make certain that we are checking mental health. >> i agree. >> but you would support a universal background check? >> sure. >> thank you very much. >>> next, former israeli prime minister ariel sharon has been in a vegetative state, but in the past few days, scientists have made a totally shocking discovery. ...$10 off any turbo tax deluxe level software or higher! find thousands of big deals now... officemax. pretty sweet, huh? cute. but don't you have any apps on your phone that can make your life easier? who do you think i am, quicken loans? at quicken loans, we'll provide you with myql mobile. this amazingly useful app allows you to take pictures of your mortgage documents using an iphone or android smart phone... so you can easily send them to us. one more way quicken loans is engineered to amaze. ooh, la-la!
never mind. >> i am so shocked at party politics some days. look, corker in tennessee ran a rotten -- i thought a racist campaign against gerald ford. and running the way saxby chambliss ran against max clinton, a war hero, a guy who had been maimed in the war, was horrible, and yet i give them forgiveness in that both have ended up being people who tried to work as legitimate congress people and senators -- >> tried to get something done. >> they did try to get something done, and i give them credit for the way they ended, if not the way they started. in fact, corker is still in the business, but i wish saxby chambliss well in his decision. coming up -- thank you, cynthia and eugene robbins. >>> up next, fox news and sarah palin call it quits. with a lot of republicans saying the gop has to stop being the stupid party, this can't hurt, getting rid of her, but we'll see. this is "hardball," the place for politics. did i say that? it work? you just have to eat it as part of your heart healthy diet. step 1. eat the soup. all those veggies and beans, that's what may help lower your cholest
, and look, i get tennessee, georgia, and i'm from texas, but my goodness, even universal background check, how hard is that? >> in a word. >> background checks are important, and we also need to make certain that we are checking mental health. >> i agree. >> but you would support a universal background check? >> sure. >> thank you very much. appreciate all three of you taking the time. >>> next, former israeli prime minister ariel sharon has been in a vegetative state, but in the past few days, scientists have made a totally shocking discovery. lly filter just the right amount of light. so you see everything the way it's meant to be seen. maybe even a little better. visit your eyecare professional today to ask about our newest lenses, transitions vantage and transitions xtractive lenses. experience life well lit. ask which transitions adaptive lens is best for you. up high! ok. don't you have any usefull apps on that thing? who do you think i am, quicken loans? ♪ at quicken loans, our amazingly useful mortgage calculator app allows you to quickly calculate your mortgage payment based on
of tennessee who says why now, mr. president? >> if he is a skeet shooter, why have we not heard of this, why have we not seen photos, why has he not referenced it? at any point in time, as we have had this gun debate that is ongoing you would have thought it would have been a point of reference. i tell you what i do think. i think he should invite me to camp david and i'll go skeet shooting with him and i bet i'll beat him. >> as to why there are no photos, white house spokesman jay carney hedged. >> is there a photograph of him doing it? >> there may be but i haven't seen it. >> why haven't we heard about it before? >> because when he goes to camp david he goes to spend time with his family and friends and relax, not to produce photographs. >> again, whatever! still, why did the president feel the need to bring this up at all, if he wanted to win over gun rights advocates, skeet shooting isn't exactly on target. the nra said "the second amendment is not about shooting skeet and it's not a tradition. it's a fundamental right upheld by the u.s. supreme court." so while obama seemed to be reac
in that area. memphis, tennessee, you're looking at that risk for severe weather as well throughout the day. as we head into the overnight hours the real danger out here you will not be able to see any of those risks out there. we have a tornado watch just issued across eastern portions of oklahoma and portions of missouri. until 3:00 p.m. local time. we're looking at a possibility again for tornados. right now no tornado warnings. we'll bring you the latest. then the storm heads eastbound. more storms for florida up through the mid-portions of atlantic. again more tornadoes possible. jon: scary stuff for january. maria, thank you. >> thank you. jon: brand new stories and breaking news patti ann: what is behind a salmonella outbreak and the action the fda just took. it is all happening now patti ann: get ready for political fireworks. president obama right now on his way to las vegas where he is expected to unveil his plan for immigration reform. this one-day after a bipartisan group of senators laid out their own proposal. hello, everyone, i'm patti ann browne in for jenna lee. jon: i'm jo
coming up tonight on "money", ron littlefield is the mayor of chattanooga, tennessee. he joins me to discuss some of his genius incentives to entice people to move there to create jobs. that is 5:00 p.m. eastern on fox business. he has things like the geek move. it is very cool. yes i will leave you with this tidbit to entice people to come. the geek move is really cool. lori: look forward. melissa: it is genius. i think it is genius. lori: i will prep for that. i will stick around to join ashley. tracy has at day off. dow is approaching 14,000. we're at 13,946. we're looking at the overall housing and economic picture with s&p chairman. he is with us next hour. so stay with us. [ male announcer ] you are a business pro. omnipotent of opportunity. you know how to mix business... with business. and from national. because only national lets you choose any car in the aisle. and go. you can even take a full-size or above. and still pay the mid-size price. i could get used to this. [ male announcer ] yes, you could business pro. yes, you could. go national. go like a pro. lo
or missouri or tennessee still wants to have no gays allowed, you can have boy scouts following that policy. >> well, i hope not. you're dealing with a part of the country that just hasn't caught up on progressive agendas. >> bill: you know what? maybe they ought to catch up with the constitution and the declaration of independence and what america is all about. it's not right to discriminate against anybody for any reason. period. >> announcer: this is the "bill press show." hand of government" ... i want to have that conversation. let's talk about it. really? you're going to lay people off because now the government is going to help you fund your healthcare. really? i want to have those conversations, not to be confrontational, but to understand what the other side is saying, and i'd like to arm our viewers with the ability to argue with their conservative uncle joe over the dinner table. >> announcer: chatting with you live at billpressshow at >> bill: 33 minutes now after the hour on the "full court press." this tuesday morning january 29 welcome. good to see you. we're
and louisiana and maybe tennessee. let me break it down for you. we're waking up at 5:00 a.m. in oklahoma. thunderstorms erupting to the west side of oklahoma city. chance of tornadoes, damage until about noon today. this is just the beginning of a long 48 hours tracking storms from oklahoma to texas all the way to carolina and georgia this time tomorrow and tomorrow afternoon. this is the setup, incredible. a very late march severe weather. it is 66 degrees, already record high in kansas city to start your morning. 22 in denver. you have the cold air and moisture. the area of red is a concern, talking the state of arkansas towards memphis and northern louisiana. on wednesday, all of these storms continue to push to the east coast. not worried about tornadoes in georgia and carolinas, a lot of damaging wind and trees down on houses and cars and a lot of cleanup by the time we get to thursday. today's forecast, record warmth in the middle of the country and dangerous thunderstorms and possible tornadoes late this afternoon or evening in arkansas. if you have friends in that area, arkansas
are the numbers to call -- we have paul on the line from tennessee, a republican. caller: good morning. how are you all? i would like to ask your guest, in the 1990's they bombed our embassy in somalia and kenya. the next thing was the uss cole. the u.s. has no response to this. they just sit there and watch and listen as these people were killed. i think it was 17 sailors on the ship that were killed. my question is, if we just sit back and watch these guys just keep doing what they do, how much longer will it be before more americans are killed, like in libya? this president and the secretary of state, they sidestep all the questions. mrs. clinton said it did not matter at this point. do you believe this administration is incompetence of doing their jobs of protecting american lives? guest: thanks for the call. my response would be there has to be a response. you're absolutely right that failure to respond can be taken and is often taken by these groups as a sign of weakness and they use it in their propaganda and recruitment. however, responding does not necessarily always mean putting b
the problem. there was a senator from tennessee, fred thompson, who passed that bill. and there was a senator from utah that past that environmental bill. what we need to do is be bipartisan and it can be done. we have to bring the business community. we need to have job creation. >> i do not want to interrupt you, but i'm going to. i know for certain that i have republican colleagues who do not believe the sequester is a good idea. they think it is irresponsible. and we agree with them. so what is it we can put on the table. i am about as left of center as they get. i understand this is about making a deal. we have some say the major drivers are things like thingsbu but the fact is that medicare costs have risen 3.2% in 3 years. other health care costs, 4%. we have done a lot over the last three years to send those drivers down. what is doing that is focusing on things like quality and quantity. we need to do more of that to bring those costs down. we also have to balance it with spending. we know some of our colleagues want to spend on -- >> this is a great meeting with you are all sending
put his commitment out there. i remember as a little kid in tennessee, the first time i went up the high diving board, the key step was climbing that long ladder going out to the edge of the board. then i had to go off it. i was about 5 years old. i think that making the kind of commitment he did is comparable. he has put his presidency behind this issue now. in his first term, even though, yes, he fell short, he ended up doing more than any previous president. and the opposition has been very difficult. but look at your first story about the flooding in australia. today is the three-month anniversary of superstorm sandy here. two years ago in my home city, nashville, massive flooding. these storms, it's like a nature hike through the book of revelation on the news every day now. and people are connecting the dots. >> you're joining us in our 8:00 half hour. i want to talk about some of the other headlines you've made of late. you sold current tv, the network you co-founded, to al jazeera for an estimated $5 millio00 mi. your take on that, pretax, $100 million. was that always j
? >> that's possible. but he put his commitment out there. i remember the first time in carthage, tennessee, the first time i went off the high dive, the first step was climbing the long ladder up the board. and then i had to go off it. i was about five years old. i think making the kind of commitment he did is comparable. he's put his presidency behind this issue now and in his first term, even though, yes, he fell short, he ended up doing more than any previous president, and the opposition has been very difficult. but look at your first story about the flooding in australia. today is the three-month anniversary of superstorm sandy here. two years ago in my home city, nashville, massive flooding. it's like a nature hike through the book of revelation every day now, and people are connecting the dots. >> you are joining us in our 8:00 hour. some other headlines you made of late. sold current tv, the network you cofounded, to al gentleman jeer gentlem jazeera. was that always an investment to you? i thought it was something you had an ideological investment in. why did it come to money at t
officer: the senator from tennessee. mr. corker: thank you. i want to thank the chairman for holding the business meeting the way he held it today and the hearings last week for this confirmation. i know a lot of people think that because of the way partisan politics are here in washington that sometimes we can't be happy for someone on the other side of the aisle when they do well, and nothing could be further from the truth. i just want to say that i thought that senator kerry acquitted himself exceptionally well in the hearings we had last week. i thought they were wide-ranging, and i think he had the opportunity to display the depth of knowledge that he has on many issues. i don't know of anybody who's lived a life that has been more oriented towards ultimately being secretary of state than john kerry. and for that, i also am happy for him and his family and the fact that very soon he's going to be able to express himself on behalf of our nation in this way. i think most of you know his dad was a foreign service officer. i know that you know that he certainly made a splash -- som
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